For those of you who are chasing love, it's usually best to avoid automobile accidents with your significant other while driving at speeds close to miles per hour. Danica Patrick and Ricky Stenhouse Jr. It felt like they stopped really quick. I tried to stop myself to keep from getting in the back of anyone, but I got sideways when I tried to do that. Coincidentally, Sunday wasn't the first time the two lovebirds' cars collided on the track. Apologies don't get you very far in the cut-throat sport of NASCAR, but given it's her boyfriend we're talking about, that may not be the case this time around. The two Sprint Cup rookies have certainly grown in the sport together, but it's been a bumpy road so far for each driver—literally. I'm sure the two are happy that they've crossed paths in the outside world, but it may be in their best interest to not let that path-crossing spill over onto the track. Patrick's first year in the Sprint Cup has had more downs than ups, while Stenhouse has emerged into 21st place in the Sprint Cup standings.
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Whatever it is, tell me. Because I want to do better. While she may have retired from racing, she now has a podcast, book, and winery. So, she's far from slowing down. In this episode, Danica tells us a
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Danica Patrick explains what she would like her legacy to be ahead of her final race at this Sunday's Indianapolis at 11 a. ET on ABC. Danica Patrick retired from her career as a race car driver following the Indianapolis The highest-finishing woman in Indianapolis third and Daytona eighth history and the only woman to win a pole for a NASCAR Cup Series race has transitioned to life as a businesswoman, as she owns a winery Somnium , a fashion line Warrior by Danica Patrick and has written a book "Pretty Intense" that focuses on workouts and recipes to promote mental and physical health. We caught up with Patrick to talk a little bit about life after racing and whether it was an easy transition for someone who grew up a Chicago Bears fan to now cheer for the Green Bay Packers, the team quarterbacked by her boyfriend, Aaron Rodgers. Danica Patrick: Yeah it is because back then I was taking more trips and Aaron had a lot more time off so now is kind of like more routine. I have my routine in Green Bay and my friends at the gym and the time that I go. I actually broke it today [Sept. It's a little bit later than normal. It's a little bit more routine right now, which is fine.